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  1. Hi! There is some way to obtain all revisions from a specific file using the command line? For example: in: cm <rev> <myFile.txt> out: r1 02/03/2013 "bla bla bla" r2 04/03/2014 "bla bla bla ble ble ble" r3 05/03/2014 "bla ble bla bli blo blu" Thanks in advance!
  2. This is going to be a really newbie question.. But i'm building a build script which generates database migration files by diffing which files have changed in a directory of .sql files between now and the last "DEPLOY#0123" label, And then concats all the stored procs etc together into an easily runnable script. Sorry for the pure dummyness of this question, but whats the command for this? Thanks!
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